CptKlink81You need to find the AMD AthlonXP-M 2500+ Barton. Even to this day still considered one of the best overclocking CPUs ever made. Have to give uge props for the all retro rigs even now to the quality old PSU. Pretty sweet.
CraptacularOneNon of the pics are loading for me. Are they set to private?
XrayMan I see the images just fine. Can we just move on from that? ;)
DEJ915Nice system man, I've got a KT600 system I need to get up and running, have the bits just need to get it loaded lol. I had an old KT266A Soyo Dragon Plus board back in 2001 so I got the updated KT600 version since it is a bit hard to find good boards that are not toast at this point. The 266 had the dreaded bad caps, I recapped it but I guess it had other issues so I threw it out quite a long time ago now.
Gold LeaderDEJ915Nice system man, I've got a KT600 system I need to get up and running, have the bits just need to get it loaded lol. I had an old KT266A Soyo Dragon Plus board back in 2001 so I got the updated KT600 version since it is a bit hard to find good boards that are not toast at this point. The 266 had the dreaded bad caps, I recapped it but I guess it had other issues so I threw it out quite a long time ago now.Many thanks, that are some rare boards you have there though! Well Polymer capacitor mods can be applied just make sure you have the correct values, this seems to be quite vital.Other than that all should be fine otherwise.KT600 lacked AGP 3.3v support so it wasn't really ideal for 3dfx GAP x2 cards, but if you had a PCI card like a Voodoo5 5500 PCI Macintosh 64MB Rev.A1 2900 you were pretty well set.VIA KT333 for AthlonXP & SiS-645 for Pentium 4 were the fastest chipsets that had AGP x2 3.3v support evetryting beyond required PI versions of the cards unless you ha the ultra rare Kiroutu Shiku AGP2PCI Convertor cards yea with these you could use an AGP card ina PCI_X slot at 66Mhz Bus in 32 Bit PCI mode basically as fast as a normal AGP card from 3dfx of that card type.AG x2 was needed even though with a bus speed of 66 Mhz the actual speed was equivalent to AGP x1 or 32 Bit PCI at a bus of 66Mhz.So yeah there are some crazy ways, just less practical , so I kind of stuck with a stale and reliable chipset and the AMD 761 was my choice :)And as a Voodoo3 3500 user this chipset is all I need really, more of an Audio guy than gamer these days so the Audigy 2 ZS platinum Pro will be of great use for this build
Gold LeaderLS-120 is amazing the read/write speed is crazy fast I can run a 4K video file with it without much lag or none at all the Aquaman trailer I have on the LS-120 disk isa file of 89MB and it runs ir wonderfully that for a system from 2001-2002 and using a LS-120 drive from 1998 the VGA card is from 1999 as where the HD Sound card the Audigy2 ZS Platinum pro is from 2003 some how all these parts work well great than expected.It's read write speed is similar to that of an 8x DVD-RW drive something like that, it was far ahead of it's time speed wise.There is also a LS-240 drive these are near to impossible to find they have a capacity of 240MB, the LS-480 is just a prototype and has storage space for 480MB< I wish this tech was continued tho it's really nice to have around and so forgotten about, it's a lot better than what most thought of it.